OverviewA+ was a South Korean company founded during the late 1980's. At first they specialized in selling software for Apple computers, but eventually switched to game development. They only released a few games, among them some of the first local examples of puzzle adventure and interactive movie, which remained quite rare in Korea. The company stopped developing games after 1995.
Key people included company president Jeon Jinuk and development team lead Gweon Gitae, who joined Korea Licensing, founded in 1996 to localize foreign games for the Korean market.
Contributed by Cor 13 (171997) on Jun 16, 2012.